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February 16, 2015

SKK's Raven + Specs and Review

Monday, February 16, 2015

SKK's Raven + Specs and Review - Geeky Juan
Recently, we've bought a Raven+ from SKK for the sake of having a Tab for research purposes. Honestly, since SKK is also part of the growing mobile industry in the Philippines, it's not hard to find a shop that sells one and given that we do have a very limited budget as of the moment, we need to find a Phablet that will fit in our current financial status, hence we end up with SKK's Raven+. Let's start the review then.

UPDATE: Sad to say, after nearly 3 months, the device is currently having a battery problem. We left it at the store since it still have some warranty and from the statement they gave us, changing the battery would take an astounding 1 whole month claiming they don't have any stock as of the moment. We left it at their care last May 1, 2015 and am constantly asking for updates but the contact number has only sent a single response and that was last May 2. We'll post something about it on the first week of June.


RAVEN +Specifications
CPU1.5 GHz Dual Core Processor
OSAndroid 4.4.2 KitKat
Storage Device4GB
Expandable Storageup to 32GB
Sensor4-Directions Gravity Sensor
Screen800 x 480
LCD7" TFT Capacitive Touch Screen
WiFiWiFi 802.11 b/g/n
Camera2MP Rear Camera
VGA (0.3) Font
ConnectivityBluetooth 4.0
SIM SlotSingle SIM
PricePhp. 2,299.00

With an outstanding AnTuTu Benchmark just lower than the Asus Zenfone 5, the Raven+ is scored 14,853! See the images below!
SKK's Raven + AnTuTu Benchmark - Geeky Juan
SKK's Raven + AnTuTu Benchmark - Geeky Juan 2SKK's Raven + AnTuTu Benchmark - Geeky Juan 3

Now to complete the physical view, here's Raven+'s box. It only comes with a charger so no headsets this time around.

SKK's Raven + Box - Geeky JuanSKK's Raven + Front Box - Geeky Juan


Honestly, I wouldn't recommend this Phablet due to its low-quality imagery. Well, what would you expect from a TFT anyway. It's so blurred and somehow tiring to the eyes when you look at. If I remember things correctly, Cherry Mobile's Fusion Breeze or Aura is way better for a near price when it comes to graphical interface. However, if what you're seeking is only for the sake of limiting yourself with a low-end phone but could withstand your chores, then this could be an option for you!
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